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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Oh, that's what it's called


Get ready for the "Bravura Modernism" collection at your local Pottery Barn in late 2011.

Previous posts on Worstler's new look here and here.

11 comments:

hello gorgeous said...

I have still not received my copy of Domino. *sniff*

How am I supposed to participate in the mocking when I don't have the goods?

sherri said...

bravura modernism? bravura, that sounds like a horrible new car name. The bravura - by nissan. dig your new obama nod over there.

karly / design crisis said...

I had to look up bravura just to make sure I wasn't imagining things, so what does:

"In classical music, a bravura is a virtuosic passage intended to show off the skill of a performer, generally as a solo, and often in a cadenza. It can also be used as an adjective ("a bravura passage"), or refer to a performance of extraordinary virtuosity. The term comes from the Italian language for great skill."

have to do with '80s southwestern chic? Raina, your great at defining a look, rename this please.

erin@designcrisis said...

bravura = klassy.

Raina said...

Karly, I keep coming back to a mash-up of Studio 54 and Aaron Spelling dramas.

How about Disco Dynasty?

The Nerdy Fashionista said...

How about DYSCO Dynasty? For some reason I feel like it needs that extra Y.

erin@designcrisis said...

Disnasty?

please sir said...

I feel so confused by her style name! Sounds a little over-rated already.

Alicia B Blogs said...

That scary fabric is available at Lee Jofa. YAY. hmmm

Raina said...

Lee Jofa's Ramada Inn collection.

PutzFrau said...

I didn't think that was hollywood regency.

She needs a lot of pillows for her giant head.